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Colo. lawmakers want disclosure of donations

By The AP

DENVER — Hoping to avoid a bidding war for votes in November, Colorado lawmakers introduced a measure today that would require businesses and unions to disclose major campaign donations. Lawmakers acted because the U.S. Supreme Court ...


Lincoln Park Ladies’ Golf Association League Results April 26

By Staff

Lincoln Park Ladies' Golf Association - April 26, 2010 Field Shots-9 Hole Winners 1st & 2nd Flight 1st Monta Ohrman 1st & 2nd Flight 2nd Marlene ...


Joint chiefs chairman: F-16 units’ fate undecided

By The AP

BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE — The nation’s top military official says Air Force units that fly aging F-16 fighter jets on homeland security missions may not learn their future for two years. Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint ...


E-mail letters, April 26, 2010

By Staff

Regarding the amendment to the Federal Community Reinvestment Act: Qwest has merged and will soon be gone, as will coal jobs and our piece of the space industry, and who knows what else in the future. Rep. John Salazar’s answer is ...


Western AGs to discuss water law issues

By The AP

DENVER — Attorneys general from western states are meeting this week to discuss water law, including the Colorado River Compact, the Clean Water Act and transbasin diversions. The Conference of Western Attorneys General’s water ...


Sustainability: Spring Clean-Up

By Adele Israel

Mesa County, famous for mesas, monuments and memories, also is home to the only hybrid solar-coal plant demonstration project in the world. Located at Xcel Energy’s Cameo Generating Station north of Interstate 70 just east of Palisade, ...


Homegrown: Your planting window for fall

By Dennis Hill

It will be at least two weeks before we can get some cool crops planted including cabbage, beans, lettuce, carrots and peas. Have we missed our planting window, and if so, when could we plant them later to get a fall crop? Are there any of the ...


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Ditch the tour group and discover Europe for yourself

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I should not be on this jet, zooming over the wide open ocean. I should not be gulping Weissbier and munching wurst with 2,000 strangers in a German biergarten, traversing a Swiss mountainside blanketed with wildflowers or strolling down the ...


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Student of the Week: Kolton Gustafson, PHS senior

By Staff

Name: Kolton Gustafson School: Palisade High School GPA: 4.2 After-school activities: Work at Home Care of the Grand Valley and play practice. Favorite book: “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Favorite show: ...


Quick-thinking boy steers truck to safety

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When the Grand Junction Fire Department was dispatched to Interstate 70 on Sunday morning, it sounded like a routine medical call. What paramedics discovered when they arrived, however, was anything but ordinary. Eight-year-old Dillon Earl ...


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